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bust me? >> there are so many laws, everybody could be caught up in it. >> the avalanche of new laws, it makes criminals just about all of us. >> every citizen arguably could be shown to have vlated some regulation in these stacks, that is the danger. >> police never told knees girls why they were shut down. >> we tried to find out but the city official, they said really they shut down our lemonade stand. >> we're not aware of who made the lemonade or what the lonade with. you are still breaking the law and we can't let you do it. >> appleton, wisconsin shut down this stand and these kids were shut down, too. >> they said you need a permit. >> and hazelwood, illinois they settled on girl scout cookies from the front yard but the city said to stop. >> i said, what? cooes, come on. >> all has to people ran afoul of laws they didn't know existed and still don't understand. >> they are ununderstandable, not only to you but people like me, i am a lawyer and they are incomprehensible to me. >> even the police don't understand. she says the kids' lemonade stands violated the law. >> two off
john: seemed like they thought we had cocaine in the fruit. most americans support laws against prostitution but what if it were legal. >> it is safe. >> what if drugs were legal. it is working. but not in america here politicians keep passing more rules. >> i look over my shoulder, what are they going to find illegal tomorrow. >> have you no idea what you are up against. >> this could happen to you. >> you say you follow he around, you would fine 3 felonies. >> in america it like is everything is illegal. >> what is more american than opening a lemonade stand. thank you very much. for years kids have set up stands like this, today, the police may bust you. >> i was like really scared because i didn't know what was going to happen, we were just selling lemonade in 4front yard for 3 days on the third day police shut out down. john: their mom heard police yelling, i could hear them yelling from inside my house. >> cop over there will they bust me. >> there are so many vague laws that everyone ar arguably coulde caught up in it. john: this is just what the feds added last year, mak
in the fruit. most americans support laws against prostitution but what if it were legal. >> it is safe. >> what if drugs were legal. it is working. but not in america here politicians keep passing more rules. >> i look over my shoulder, what are they going to find illegal tomorrow. >> have you no idea what you are up against. >> this could happen to you. >> you say you follow he around, you would fine 3 felonies. >> in america it like is everything is illegal. >> what is more american than opening a lemonade stand. thank you very much. for years kids have set up stands like this, today, the police may bust you. >> i was like really scared because i didn't know what was going to happen, we were just selling lemonade in 4front yard for 3 days on the third day police shut out down. john: their mom heard police yelling, i could hear them yelling from inside my house. >> cop over there will they bust me. >> there are so many vague laws that everyone ar arguably coulde caught up in it. john: this is just what the feds added last year, makes criminals of just about all of us. >> every citizen
and liberal laws to voting rights. not to mention president obama already in a constitutional challenge to his choices to sit on the national labor relations board. they're taking its fight all the way to the supreme court after a d.c. appellate court invalidated the recess appointments made when the senate wasn't in recess. the senator has vowed to block the nomination. other stories we are bringing you tonight, wall street shrugging off a botched european union bailout of banks and an unprecedented tax on the deposits in cyprus, a tiny nation of 1.1 million people that will cost investors hundreds of billions of dollars in market capitalization. the dow jones industrial average down more than 100 points earlier but rebounded losing a modest 62 points. the s&p fell nine, the nasdaq down 11 and a half. the market off of the lows of the day. officials revising the imprudent and unreasonable plan to seize money from bank depositors to pay for the eu bailout. much damage has been done and some investors are so shaken, they will take their money out of the banks at their first opportunity, which i
've done it, but couldn't do it here, old laws, 1988 robert bourke supreme court decision they went through his video cassette rental list and published it in the newspaper and it was called bourke's law and you couldn't publish information about the video rentals. netflix couldn't share information on networks because of the 19 the 88 law. if i want to share a tv show that i'm watching and my friends can he see it, it's a huge boon for netflix, likely to jump on line and watching the shows as a result of me watching it. charles: thank you for coming up and updating on technology and old law. and a man of the people took the bus to work, lived on his own and cooked for himself. does that mean he's against capitalism as some have been suggesting? that's at the top of the hour. now, however, i do have your seven early movers, let's start with coca-cola. they've got an upgrade from credit agrical. and vmware, this was big and they made some pretty popular suggestions. and j.c. penney, unupgraded the stock. btg upgraded it. lost 135,000 shares, they're nibbling. and needham says this stock is a
to have an end poi. >> if we have more certainty, with regard to our tax laws, and recession -- regulatory policy, and demonstrate that we understand we have to get our debt down, it has to be enforceable, you have to change who is eligible for, what at what age, and what subsidy. neil: i love about dave, he ticks off people on the right and the left, this is a mutually destructive type issue for the right and left. >> assured destruction. neil: thank you. very much david walker. all right if we get in, is it time to get out, what is washington goes 3 with a plan to ramp up spending. some very worried market pros, saying this is a recipe for selling. monica, i think markets have been under the assumption that some cuts are better than no cuts, sequestration is better than nothing, so, if you just pullback, and say we're not going to to squat, in fact we'll do more, spend more that could derail a bill market faster than anything, right? >> it can, derail a bull market, but i think this problem is that washington is behaving like a lot of financial institutions that got themselves and the cu
youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >> the most important thing we can do is to make sure we control our own energy. so here's what i have done since i have been president, we have increased oil production to the highest levels in 16 years. natural gas production is the highest it's been in decades. stuart: that was the presidential debates. the president taking credit for america's energy boon. in fact, he has stood in the way of that boom, and it's not me that's saying this. it is the congressional research office. their latest report says, quote, direct quote, all the increase in oil and natural gas production from 2007 to 2012 took place on non-federal land. we do indeed have an energy boom, but it is not the result of the administration's policy on the federal land they control. it is the result of private enterprise, getting the oil and gas out of private property. the president slowed down the permitting process on federal land. he restricted offshore drilling. he got in the way of the energy boom. yet in the debate he took the credit
background checks. so why in the world would we give him more laws to not enforced? lou: you know, i love the fact that secretary of homeld security has assureded us all tt the border is secure and safe and then we find -- then we find out after the homeland security department reports apprehensions are down 50 percent, over the past two years they have quit counting the number of illegal immigrants who get away. that kind of raises some suspicion about the count, doesn't it? >> yes, sir. she quit doing the lion fourth thing you will find that your dui address are down. that is not high-level logic. she also thinks that the border is secure, yet we missed 2,000 ak-47s the one from phoenix to mexico. a kilo of cocaine is cheaper today than it was when i was a drug prosecutor. back to immigration. part of the immigration piece is certifying that the border is secured. if they insist on her being our assurance that the borders secure, no, we're not going to have immigration reform. lou: congressman, thank you for being here. always good to talk. >> thank you. yes surf. lou: much more on the
on passing new laws on the sales of guns and ammunition. want to repeat, only 30%. 65 percent said that they should focus of school security measures and the mental health system. by the way, i want to give credit to wayne lapierre of the nra. right now the nra is the only organization or voice that has stood up and said precisely what the solution is, and it is, by the way, in place and author of the public schools in this country. it needs to be in wondered%. senate majority leader harry reid says the assault weapons ban had fewer, as he put it -- this is his language, fewer than 40 votes. fifty-one and need for passage and 60 to end closure. fifty-three democrats in the senate and two independents to vote with the democrats. those senators obviously are bucking the democratic party and the. it is why he did the smart and pragmatic thing which is not even move this thing into the package that he will bring before the senate for a vote. by the way, these senators are the ones up for reelection next year in tossup states. there are senators like mark pryor, mary landreau, k hagen,
. the federal government with some of the changes in the new health care law is doing it and has succeeded in forcing it. i don't think it a huge leap that everyone seems to think, going after folks bank accounts there are a lot of more routes you can go to so wallop people through all sorts of means. >> andyprus there is an interesting debate with this plan going on, is it a basically a complication -- com come com n diego or a tax, governmenting take money from people who make things, government is taker people are makers, nobody will dispute that but whenanguage they use to describe when they take from makers. you know, there are the taxes on assets, tax that are on insurance companies that are getting passed to consumer and you know maybe down the line there will be questionable taxes on savings accounts. you never know what the united states will do. neil: all i know, they are a heck of a lot more ways to be create testify get money than spending, very good points thank you, mike rigs in washington. >> to mike a point, the problem with small nation going after its citizens bank deposi
ourselves. we don't have laws in place to protect us. we don't have laws that protect the infrastructure. that i think is what the president is trying to work with the ceos on because it becomes very --. melissa: like what? what kind of law would protect us here? what law would make a difference? >> well i think the big thing you have to have minimum cybersecurity standards. i know the u.s. chamber of commerce has a different view on this but the basic idea is this. is that you have some minimum standards that evolve as technology evolves. something that the government hasn't really done yet. but they need to get into the business of developing standards that change with the times, that change with technology. and that can be enforced. you don't want to have onerous burdens on business. you want to protect everybody from the possible threats out there. in essence what we're doing we're protecting utility th we have that is known as the internet. melissa: gentlemen, nation for coming on. good stuff. >> thanks, mecal list a, again. melissa: turning briefly to the big non-financial news of
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to sign it into law. earlier this week colorado lawmakers approved a measure limiting magazines to no more than 15 rounds. color of becomes a first date outside the east coast to restrict gun rights in the wake of newtown and/or shootings if, indeed, governor hickel lipper doesn't. the state is likely to suffer financially as well. we should point out, gun parts company back paul has threatened to leave the state of colorado over the passage of these bills. if they become law. republican congressman of indiana wrote a letter today. in that letter encouraging them to move to his home state. again, this breaking news. the colorado state legislature has passed another gun-control bill requiring universal background checks on all gun buyers and the governor, as i said, expected to sign it into law. alcohol, tobacco, gambling, pornography, no doubt that sex and san still sell big into next loudobbs@foxbusiness.com. we take a look at the numbers. president obama wants big oil to fund its own demise. we will have the latest on the president's $2 billion bright president's $2 billion bright idea i
to a customer in the bank and violate the law and can't be punished for it. you get to big to jail in that instance. gerri: what the attorney general is saying is moving to a jail would jeopardize the financial syssem and i think everybody has in the back of their mind what happened to arur andersen after enron, that company went down in flames. if a large bank were to go down in flames, and woul could take e economy with it, what is the solution to that problem, what do we do about that? that seems unacceptable especially since we bailed them out. >> senator brown and i want information on the basis of this judgment. if they are too big in that instance and maybe something needs to be done about that, some of these banks were involved in money laundering and drug money. this is pretty heavy stuff, if you're involved in those operations and you know about it, we ought to at least know who made the decision that we weren't going do that, and if you cannot enforce laws against money laundering, it is pretty bad. we had to get to a situation where you violate laws like that cathat, y
congress, think they can write any law, regulate behavior, and change any law. stuart: we talked about the situation, and, by the way, when the market opened this morning, the dow dropped 105 points, come back a lot, now down 36. maybe, charles, liz, maybe the market thinks that the cypress story is overblown, will not affect it, maybe not affect spain or italy artery. >> maybe not, you know, but certainly for people who have been really concerned with what's going on, with a government that buys 1.2 billion bullets, hires 16,000 new irs agents, a government that's spent a trillion more than they earn than brought in, it doesn't help. the people in this country who are afraid of losing their rights and liberty, it's scary. stuart: i want debt center stage, and it's not. >> it's not. it should be. it might be likely limited, but it shows there's nothing above political meddling. what used to be taboo is your deposits are safe from taxation. stuart: the time is up, butdagen, connell it's yours. connell: thank you, sir. dagen: if you bail out those depositors, why shouldn't they have to p
from the state and keep the dea from and forcing the and federal drug law? >> thank you for having me, first. the primary goal of what we are doing is to allow adult 21 years and older access to regulated and controlled marijuana. obviously the recommendations have been put into account. the concern that our government has expressed about teenage use and the movement of marijuana outside the state of colorado. that was certainly in our minds. the focus was on what the will of the voters was. dagen: these are just rules. ultimately, will this go to a vote, christian, later in the year to decide exactly how the law is implemented? >> there are recommendations that are being given to our legislature. dagen: peter, what you know about these recommendations and these rules laid out, do you think it will keep the federal government and dea out of the state? >> well, first of all, the proposals that have come forth from colorado are something that no other country in the world has done good that is to legalize the cultivation, distribution and sale of marijuana. it is a major problem for hea
celebrating the health care law's third birthday today. wow. who knew. they are really not talking about the lawings 1.3 trillion ten year price tag that doubled the original estimate, no mention of the gag gifts that could be, and, in fact, already are facing taxpayers like the slew of new taxes and fees hitting everything from investments to income or all companies dropping workers from their insurance plan or what could be a doctor shortage because docs drop out because they don't think it's worth it. francis newton on the health care fallout. not so happy birthday; right, francis? >> right, not from my perspective. the classic case of good cop, bad cop. the democrats and the republicans operate on fundamentally different facts underlying the economy. the democrats have a notion that the money goes on forever. if the money goes on forever, why wouldn't we help the seniors, why wouldn't we do this? why wowcht we do that? why discriminate against overweight lesbians, and the others say the money -- neil: wait, we were discriminating against overweight lesbians? >> they spent 25.3 millio
.com we put the law on your side. and make your business dream a reality. we replaced people with a machine.r, what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. on to fox news.com. the sheiks have hit the fan. demand for the oil is going down . american production to sale oil is going up. con? yoko saying oh, no. no, we are not provide examplings was her singing. i will spare you that. we have dagen here yoko is tick at us. >> opeconsideris mad because you are not using enough oil and hollywood mad because you are using oil and producing it. it is a perfect world. >> that is very well put. >> you only need to talk to the people of north dakota lowest unemployment rate. 3.2 percent and that is one of the biggest destinations for americans as they are migrating. moving there because of the shell oil . because. >> get it -- >> you know what pizza tastes like there? >> where in north dakota? >> i would rather go to detroit. >> i love north dak
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of the healthcare are law. at the bottom of the hour on cashing in. first right here 6 h hundred thousand tax returns botched by h and r block bause of the complicated tax code. someone here says it is high time for the flat tax fix. is it? we will debate it, next. we could see that the weather was kind of getting bad. here's the crawl space, the hole -- that's what saved our life. but that night, immediately, the red cross was there. that volunteer, he didn't even know us. he just knew that there was a family with two younger kids who didn't have a place to go. that was the red cross. i knew that's what they stood for. they help people. >>> so how you screwed up your tax code? so complex that even h&r block got tripped up by it. th largest tax preparer botching 600,000 customer returns. didn't fill out a field for an education credit that the i used to let people leave blank. some of the refunds may be up to six weeks late. you have a fix for all of this. what is it? >> well, you know, it is not sur are pricing it is screwed up. the tax code is 9 million long or 12 holy bibles. we to blow it
for it burgers and dogs. taking your dog to the v is going to cost more too thanks to the healthcare law. healthcare regulations stacking up, now taller than the president, time to chuck it? >> chin in starts right now. >> eric: i'm eric bombing. glad to see you. cashin in crew, wayne. that family that you just saw who introduced our show says they are extremely bored abo how much healthcare it will cost them. mary, how bad is it going to get for the folks out there? >> it's going to be a problem. i remind everyone that in 2008 the president said he was planning to bring down premiums for an average family by $2500 a year. now, we're talking about sticker shock and how much the premiums are going up. they said the cost are going up, cbo agrees. kaiser, frequent government studies have shown the same thing. the reason is the plan was to give more services to more people and mandate more services in each healthcare plan. you can't have a simple healthcare plan that is catastrophic anymore. so when you do that, things cost more money iould have told you that many years ago. >> eric: we talk
repeatedly refused to say when the president will release his budget which, by law, was due the first monday in a february. then they promised march. now what is next month. >> it appears the president is happy to drop the bomb on the congressional budget process instead by releasing a budget plan after after the housend senate to have already acted. presumably this is so he can campaign against republicans if the process fails as he no doubt hopes. >> reporter: jay carney insists that on the one-page plan on the white house website the president has more detail about changes to major programs like medicare and social security. >> have elected the ryan but the? can you find a single item, a single loophole closed? $5 trillion. $5 trillion. that's a lot of money. >> not one. >> reporter: is the president went behind closed doors today their release to the budget plan and medicare and medicaid are left alone, raising questions about whether the president will be able to give his fellow democrats to support the entitlement reform he is pledged with house leader nancy pelosi suggesting that she
this that nothing he has proposed in all the measures would take a single firearm away from a single law-abiding american citizen. lou: square that up, if you will. the debate over the assault on the second amendment in the sena judiciary committee today was contentious, he did, and sometimes participants were condescending. the passage out of the committee, the bill now heads to the full senate for a vote. fox news chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel has our report. ♪ >> reporter: the second amendment and the bill of rights provides that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. >> reporter: before the senate judiciary committee approved a new assault weapons ban by a 10-8 party-line vote freshman texas replican ted crews challenged the bill's author, democrat dianne feinstein on the constitution. >> the question that i would pose to the senior senator from california is, would she be made consistent with the bill of rights for congress to engage in this same endeavor that we are contemplating doing with the second amendment in the context of the
with a cyber attack. everyone. i have seen the list. the university's, foundations, major law firms. they hit my area. they took everything off of my computer a few years ago. people have been reluctant to speak out about it. what is so shocking and makes me angry, the american taxpayer funded this guy, funded this guy, this chinese buy, he had over $200,000 grant. we were paying for him to spy against this. there are no americans working in china on any of the people's liberation army, the space program. the people's liberation army basically runs their space program. there were the ones that opened up to kill all those human rights advocates. there the ones that really have led that genocidal government. this demonstration has to be very aggressive. the attorney general i think it's been weak, but the fbi has been very good. d.h. as has been very good. and so i want to congratulate. also i want to say most of this information was brought to a spy career people in nasa. they brought it forth. this is not only at the langley center. also taking place perhaps out of the ames center in californ
to eliminate obamacare which you may not like but is the law of the land now. is that a nonstarter to put out a budget like that? >> well, our whole budget doesn't hinge on whether or not obamacare exists or not. it is a comprehensiv budget that balances in ten years and doesn't increase anyone's taxes. that will be two important points that the democrats i don't think tomorrow will be able to say. i don't thi their budgets is ever going to balance, when they have ever done one it hasn't. from what we're hearing on your station and other stations, they're going to raise taxes to the hilt to try to do it. so that is not really a solution. what we're after --. melissa: does it balance in ten years if you don't get rid of obamacare? >> it will takeonger to balance. but the point is, is that we're honest about the spending that needs to be cut and actually the programs that need to be reformed. obamacare goes the other way. yes,ou're right, melissa, it is the law but doest mean you give up on your principles. doesn't mean you give up on the fight to try to correct the danger that this law constit
to be an infringement. >> it is. is it legal under current federal law, and the other is is it constitutional even if it's legal? it's legal because congress has said it's legal. in statutes enacted before and since 9/11, the federal government authorized itself to gather information from us without using search warrants, financial information, to store it, and to share it with other aspects of itself, but prior to today, the presidents of the united states have told us, if you trust them, that they will keep that information just in the hands of the fbi and the treasury department. gerri: that doesn't make me feel better. >> well, no, it doesn't, but the fbi has indicated that because this information was not obtained by a search warrant, it can't use it in a federal prosecution because they know that a judge wouldn't permit them to do so. gerri: so what's the point of collecting it? >> because the government wants to know what we're doing. the government's looking for a needle in a hay stack because if the government is going to let the fbi and the treasury department share what the 16 -- 16 federal s
doesn't believe that that should be the case. therefore, we have a law which, in essence, requires these banks to go back to the federal reserve once a year or to the federal banking authorities once a year to prove that they can stand a one in 100-year event and also to prove the ability that they have the -- they have the ability to return money to shareholders. the banks in the past three and a half years have been showing increases in earnings quarter after quarter on a year-over-year basis. the earnings of the banks this year in the first quarter of 2013 are likely to be the highest that we've ever seen in the american banking industry. and this increase in housing activity, you know, the increase in housing prices, who owns all those foreclosed homes and all that distressed real estate are the banks. and the value of that real estate is growing at a rapid rate indicating that the assets that the banks own are now actually understated in terms of their position on the balance sheet. and yet the government says we're going to tell you whether you can do this, that or the other
laws making their way through state legislatures to answer to this question, but that can take a long time. what do you recommend consumers to do right now? >> they have to basically check with their doctors, check whether hospitals and see if they can checkout. start raising the questions now. gerri: thank you for coming on. i appreciate your time, thank you. you are used to hearing the bad news about retirement especially if you invested throughout the financial crisis, but today in a new report from employee benefit research institute shows you've got company. 57% of u.s. workers surveyed reported having less than $25,000 in savings for retirement. that compares to 49% who said the same thing back in 2008. keep in mind we have just been through one of the most impressive stock rallies in memory. 66% of us are saving for retirement these days. also half of u.s. workers cannot come up with $2000 in a crisis. that means half of us couldn't cope with the short-term job loss or major home repair or even a car repair as that is concerned. we need to get back on track, take control of our
the law against sex worker drug use, do we need all these laws? so many that no one understands them? so many that even the government admits it can't count the mall. no. let's give rid of some of these laws. that's weekends. "the willis" report is coming up next. gerri: hello, i'm gerri willis live from the at atlantic city. tonight, new obamacare fees catching employers by surprise. what's in store for you company and why so many firms are fuming. also, it's a whale of a problem for j pmorgan, be di the bank ignore warning signs. getting to the bottom of the huge trading losses. and, yes, sin, definitely sells. tobacco, alcohol, gambling, look at it here in atlantic city for the business of vice special tonight. "the willis report" is on the case. ♪ gerri: we are live in atlantic city, new jersey, them a dozen casino, four, the biggest in the world, all day long on fox business, looking at the business of vice, and don't be mistaken, is big business. take atlantic city. the 12 casinos took in more than 212 million just in february alone. the entire economy of this city is based in g
. in california, it means you follow the rules and then the state changes the law, changes the rules and wants basically back taxes for five years plus interest and penalties. so here is the deal. people who invested in small businesses were given a 50% tax breaks and that was the rule and that was the law. suddenly there was an appeals court decision and now the state wanted to claw back not just going forward and change rules. that's what most states would do. instead, they go back and ask for five years of back taxes plus penalties. for some individuals, it could be over $100,000. the state wanted $120 million extra. california is short of money. that was their way to do it. finally some business guys, and this was basically for startups which california. ed to be tax friendly for silicon valley, san diego and so forth. it did not work out for some people. they said, are you kidding me? i don't have a hundred grand for the state. lawmakers in sacramento are trying to change it. they got a letter saying you have a temporary reprieve until we have the details. they may end up changing the rul
on the back of the president's signature law, which is obamacare, and its repeal. that is $1.8 trillion of the 4.9 trillion that he would cut in spending over the next decade. the democrats say the hell with it. we're going to spend. the united states will be a debtor nation in perpetuity. we don't care whether the result, is in effect servitude for the entire american nation, for as long as the eye can imagine, let alone see. so they lived up to their billing. big government for the democrats. unlimited spending, unlimited debt. and republicans wanting to refight the great battle of obamacare again rather than deal pragmaticly and practically with the issues. dennis: so you think ryan should not have done that where he included in his budget obamacare. >> it's america. it's america, dennis. the i mean the chairman. budget committee can do whatever the heck he wants the problem is he will not get anything done. at some point you have to acknowledge what is, is, and it's a battle about 2014 and future and the republicans sure as heck better be about more than johnny-one-note party that k
with faux fur when they contained real fur. it prohibits the retailer from violating those laws for 20 years. >>> total number of mortgage applications subpoena applied for in the u.s. fell. shows refinance index declined 8% from the previous week. >>> fox sports announces a 12-year deal with the new big east basketball conference the cable network is set to make its debut august 17th. it will include partnerships with the msg and msg network. that is today's speed read. david: well the fed announcing it will continue pumping money into the economy while leaders in washington still can't balance the budget. our next guest spent years battling policies like these when he was congressman. will his legacy live on. joining me in fox business exclusive, the man, the legend, former congressman dr. ron paul. dr. paul great to hear from you. what have you been doing with your time when you left congress? >> waiting for you to call. i'm delighted for you to hear from you. david: we'll call every day. you will get sick of me. >> i've been pretty busy traveling, talking about, what other thing can i ta
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